Posts Tagged ‘Alphonse Mucha’

The Art of Fae Nouveau (Part 5) – I got the music in me

Music has always been a great source of inspiration for my art so it should come as no surprise that my musical interests would find their way into the ongoing Fae Nouveau project. I touched on that subject in Part 4 and this is very much a continuation of that thought. ICE QUEEN (2010) © Herb…

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The Art of Fae Nouveau (Part 4)

When thinking about the inspirations for the Fae Nouveau project one could say that there were two “categories” of models. The first, as had been detailed previously, was what one could call “The Friends & Family Plan” of people who I already knew and asked about their involvement. The second category was artists whose work…

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The Art of Fae Nouveau (Part 3)

This is the third installment to an ongoing series of posts detailing a project of mine called Fae Nouveau, a mix of three parts Mucha, two parts fairy art and one part fun with friends.     This image has a long and colorful history. It features good friend and frequent model Amy. The original modeled photo was taken for…

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The Art of Fae Nouveau (Part 2)

This is the second part of an ongoing series of posts detailing a project of mine called Fae Noveau, my own (potentially harmless?) cocktail of three parts Mucha, two parts fairy art and one part fun with friends. In this installment I’ll be going through the process of getting from concept to finished art on…

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The Art of Fae Nouveau (Part 1)

Once upon a time there was a man named Alphonse Mucha. He was a Czech artist who came to Paris in 1887 to make his name in the art world. He in fact made it synonymous with an entire genre of art that defined the ambiance of the turn of that century. It’s an ambiance…

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